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thank you. good morning, everybody. it is friday, we're glad about that, it's november the 2nd. good to have you with us. it's 6:00. >> it is. well, the unemployment has bounced up again. the jobs report was just released a few minutes ago. cate caugiran down in the newsroom with the very latest on the numbers. >> reporter: frank and michelle, the numbers show that more jobs were added in october. let's take a look. the numbers show the u.s. economy added 171,000 jobs in october right now unemployment rate is now at 7.9%. that's up from september's report which put us at 7.8%. now, that was the first dip below 8 since before the president took office. in terms of voters, some experts say these numbers are unlikely to sway them. >> if you are a person that feels that the general recovery that we have had has not been as much as it should have been, then you have already made up your mind probably not to vote
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for the president for re- election. if you are conversely someone who feels that the president inherited the mess and it's turning around a ship slowly to fix this thing and you generally like where he is with his other programs, you have also already made up your mind. >> reporter: both candidates will be kick-starting their final push before tuesday's big election. president obama and mitt romney will be in the battleground state of ohio. political analysts say this could be the state to decide the electoral vote. again, this report is the last one to come out before election day. one that each candidate will definitely use for their advantage. while experts don't believe it will have a big impact on swing voters, we don't know if it will affect the stock market. >> thank you. the death toll keeps getting higher in the 10 states devastated by superstorm sandy. at least 92 people have been killed by the storm that struck sunday. on new york's staten island, searchers found the bodies of two young children who were
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swept from their mother's arms. also, in new york, a man was arrested for pulling a gun when he tried to cut into a gas line. cbs reporter randall pinkston joins us from the jersey shore with the problems people there are facing. >> reporter: that gun pulling stunt puts you on edge em if you are in a gas line like many of us are. you know, every day the public officials hold news conferences to talk about what's being accomplished. a lot is being accomplished. for example, we have utility workers from around the country helping to restore power. but when you have people who have no heat, no power, people standing in gas lines, it's understandable that tempers are fraying. reporter: you didn't have to look hard to find frustrated people. there were long lines to get gas and long lines to get into new york city, as police enforced a three-person per vehicle rule. traffic will only get better when all of the tunnels and subway lines are clear of water.
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and the pumps are operating 24 hours a day to speed up the process. but one look at this tunnel connecting manhattan and brooklyn shows just how much work is still left to be done. the nights are especially hard for people without electricity. >> we've been cold some nights. >> dark and cold. >> reporter: con ed says it will have power back on tomorrow for hundreds of thousands of people in manhattan. that's good news for elaine and mark. they have been stuck in their 20th floor apartment without elevator service since the storm knocked out power. >> coming up is really a hardship for us. >> that's why we stayed up here. >> reporter: here in new jersey, police began allowing people who live along the coast back into their homes for the first time since the storm. for many, it was an emotional homecoming. >> got upset. we lost everything we had. it's nothing we can do. >> reporter: vicente juarez says the water rose 3 feet high in his stafford township home.
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he spent the afternoon throwing everything away. damage from sandy is estimated at $50 billion. >> reporter: unfortunately a lot of people don't have insurance. another concern in new jersey, the water supply. governor chris christie has ordered a water emergency telling everyone they need to conserve. reporting live in stafford township. i'm randall pinkston. back to you. >> have you heard, are there people still trapped by these floodwaters? >> reporter: in hoboken, we think most of the people have been rescued. there are obviously some difficulties getting to everyone to make sure but it's been a very, very huge operation under way for the past few days. you know, hoboken floods even in a normal rain. this was an extraordinary event and no one anticipated what would happen in that disaster. >> no kidding. devastating as you're talking.
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you're looking at live pictures of new jersey right now. so you take care out there randall and thank you for that live report. new york's mayor michael bloomberg has decided to go ahead with sunday's scheduled new york city marathon. there's some criticism about the decision. but the mayor says the race will show the city's resilience and it will be a financial boost for the city. lawrence is out and about with the preview of the bay area science festival. what are you doing? >> oh, yeah. guys, i got to get this plane built. let me tell you, we're working on this really -- oh, i think i just bent the wing. [ laughter ] >> we'll have to do a little redo on that. but we're here enjoining the science festival at the tech museum of innovation. it's a great chance for you to bring the kids down. the whole family. there's something for everyone if you want to do it. it's taking place today and this weekend. so get down here and enjoy it if you want to do that. tell you what the weather is going to be great. we're looking at a lot of sunshine toward the afternoon.
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just a couple of high clouds drifting by. it's a little chilly in spots. some 40s and 50s. we are looking' patchy fog in the valleys so watch out for that. through the day, that should lift. high clouds will drift through but temperatures will be mild mainly in the 60s and 70s. but you know what? as we look toward the weekend that ridge really taking over. temperatures could soar back into the 80s. we'll have more on that and more about the festival here and i'm going to see if i can get this thing to fly. so far, so good. it looks good so far on paper. elizabeth, we'll find out if it works. >> thank you. let's go out live towards the bay bridge. overall we're still doing great. this is a live look at those cars waiting to get through the pay gates. looks like slight delays in the cash lanes but the good news is no metering lights yet. things look good especially in the middle fastrak lane. elsewhere, to our maps. and other live traffic cameras. live look at the san mateo bridge. the right side of your screen
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that's the commute direction. so all those cars heading out of hayward still look good. they did wrap up that overnight roadwork in the westbound lanes. carquinez bridge eastbound lanes of interstate 80 everything is reopened. actually it hasn't. the eastbound lanes approaching crockett and the carquinez bridge toll plaza still blocking one lane. caltrains is paving scheduled it wrap up by 8:00 this morning. so a few brake lights now on highway 4 your usual spots and westbound 580 through the altamont pass. mass transit still on time. that is traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. 6:07. a violent attack here in san francisco at a muni station all caught on camera. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec tells us police say an angry bicyclist went after a station agent who got roughed up. >> reporter: he is going to be okay but still not back at work. the suspect was last seen out on the streets here at market and van ness. but he did get away and police
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are hoping this new security video will help track him down. it was taken on october 10 around 7:40 p.m. you can see the suspect running down the stairs with his bike after the agent told him bikes weren't allowed. the agent was following him. the suspect spins around and starts punching and kick the agent who is just out of the camera's view there. that agent is 55 years old. he was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. he is out of the hospital but he is still not back at work. there is surveillance video taken via the municipal transportation agency security cameras and there are witnesses on the platform watching this and if any of those folks have not yet had an opportunity to speak to investigators, we're asking them to come forward. >> the suspect is caucasian between 25 and 30 years old about 6 feet tall with brown hair. now, if you want to get another look at that video, you think you might know this guy, we have it for you on our website, live in san francisco, anne makovec, cbs 5.
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>> anne, thank you. police say the riots after the giants world series sweep sunday are all part of a recent surge of violence in the mission district. and now the department is beefing up patrols there. expect to see more officers near the 24th street and 16th street bart stations in the mission. the neighborhood has seen 4 homicides in the past two weeks. an anticrime project known as operation impact is under way in two northern california cities. the california highway patrol is providing extra officers to oakland and stockton. chp officers will be in oakland two days a week at no cost to the city. help from the chp will allow the city's police department to increase patrols in high crime areas. >> the program is set to run for at least the next three months. residence in fairfield are helping police search for a couple accused of stealing mail. one man set up a surveillance camera and put the red flag up on his mailbox. the video shows an altima pulling up in broad daylight
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and a woman gets out and grabbed the mail. one victim said she had a check stolen which was copied and turned into fake payments. a new timeline out from the u.s. officials about just how long it took for help to arrive at that u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. intelligence officials say cia officers went to the aid of state department staff in benghazi less than 25 minutes after the first call came in for help. timeline appears to be an effort to rebut a fox news report that claims the cia told its personnel to stand down rather than to go to that comings lat. >> time now 6:10. a mother deer shot with an arrow in the east bay. >> now animals services is asking neighbors to help track her down. >> oh, my god. that's shocking. >> and hot lingerie as in stolen. $11,000 worth of bras swiped from a victoria's secret. how the thieves pulled it off without anyone noticing. ,,
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beep-bop-boop-bop boop-beep. [monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. organized group of halloween shoplifters. employees at victoria's sect say it was likely a group of women who came in the palo o store on a busy hallow a brazen bra heist. employees at vic vehicle say it was likely a group of -- at victoria's secret say it was like a a group of women on halloween in palo alto stole $11,000 worth of bras over 200 of them in a matter of seconds. shoppers say they are not surpriseed. >> one bra you're talking about like $80.50 so yeah. >> you can see why they stole them? >> yeah. >> police have no suspect descriptions, thieves hit the
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same store just last friday and took $7,000 worth of bras. >> i don't think they have any left. it's 6:15. science fun for all ages. >> lawrence is live at the tech museum in san jose for the bay area science festival which kicks off today and all week long. >> it should be a great time if you want to check it out at the tech museum of innovation. a great place to come. anytime you bring the kids and family with hands on stuff since you can come down and see what a lot of scientists work with to try to solve everyday problems. we are joined by jessica hendricks. >> we're proud to partner with the bay area science festival. there are over 100 events all over the bay area. the tech is puttingn three this weekend. this evening we have the science superheros. >> that sounds like a contradiction. tell us about that. >> these are five local scientists who are changing the way we understand the world. they are doing amazing things,
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marine biology, studying the origins of life. dna. they are going to be talking about science and research. >> reporter: a lot of the everyday things we have in life we don't think about because they are just what we have. we have the smartphones and computers and the mini ipad. all that technology was invented by somebody and it was invented by scientists that put together an idea and figured out how to make it work. >> that's true. we see innovation as the practical expression of imagination where you turn ideas into reality. and we're all about that here at the tech museum of innovation. >> what are some of the other exhibits? >> well, if you come to the tech museum you may want to get tickets to "mythbusters" an amazing exhibit. you can see the blueprints and if you get more wet whether you walk on run through the rain. you can play with react table where you move blocks around to may musical compositions and come down to our hands on on science workshop and build your own plane. >> that's one of the really neat things down here is not just sitting here in a class and learning about science but
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you get to do some real hands on stuff so you can understand how things work. >> it's true. you know, bay area science festival is all about unleashing your inyour scientists and tech museum. we want to help unleash your inner science. >> reporter: totally for geeks like me but it's fun. you know what, if you want to come down here it's a great weekend. we'll have nice weather. we are starting out with patchy dense fog early on. some of that showing up in the north and east bay valleys. we are expecting plenty of sunshine by the afternoon and those temperatures going to be moving up into the 60s and 70s. high pressure now building in overhead and with that ridge building in i think we are setting up a very nice weekend. lots of sunshine, some warm temperatures going to be showing up especially in some of the valleys. you will see some of the temperatures maybe moving up into the 80s as we head toward the latter part of the weekend. here in the south bay we are expecting temperatures in the upper 60s into san jose. traveling toward the east bay you will find high clouds and sunshine.
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temperatures in the 70s and 60s. insided bay cooler but not bad. it should be not bad. temperatures in the 60s. warmer on the weekend, dry, peaking with temperatures in the 80s by monday. cooling off as we head in toward tuesday and wednesday. so yeah, i say geeks but i say that in a nice way. people that want to learn about neat things, this is a great place to do it, liz. >> sounds great, science, superheros, building planes. lawrence is in heaven this morning. things are getting busy on the eastshore freeway and westbound 580 so some of our usual slow spots in the east bay starting to get slow now. you can see it. those headlights moving westbound into the dublin- pleasanton area. let's go to our maps check the drive time. we have brake lights as far back as the altamont pass. it just is slow and go as we like to say from 205 out of tracecy through livermore. no issues for bart, ace, muni, caltrain and ferries.
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everything on schedule. you may want to use bart, by the way, planning on heading to the cal game later on tonight. they play university of washington at 6 p.m. so officials sent out an alert. they are expecting heavy traffic all the way on city streets in berkeley and coming down the eastshore freeway, westbound 80. so once again, use bart. that's your best option. otherwise, golden gate bridge traffic looks good all your bridges pretty much problem- free at this hour and we just got word that they were able to fix those defective traffic lights that were causing issues on doyle drive in the marina boulevard approach. they for a while had to do some traffic control in the area. now everything is back to normal. and things look good for your marin county drive into san francisco. that is a check of your "timesaver traffic." traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. back to you guys. there is a delay of lab work on a cold case in the bay area of a bone fragment may be
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from michaela garecht kidnapped from hayward 24 years ago when she was 9. a lab is testing the dna but the mother is told the results are delayed for up to 6 weeks due to an undisclosed reason at the lab. police in berkeley hills hope to help a deer. a woman saw it in trouble in her backyard. it had an an rohr in its side and was crouching next to a fawn. later another neighbor saw the two deer in his yard. this time, apparently without the arrow. >> i felt sick at the thought someone would do that. >> there was no arrow. she had a bloody patch. >> state and local animal services, agencies, are helping people in the area to help track the deer but they are not optimistic about her chances of survival. 6:20 now. coming up, we have a buzzer beater, a long shot in the nba. >> yes. she was the giants' good luck charm. what san francisco zoo officials named this little redheaded monkey coming up after the break. ,,
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problems in berkeley later today. the cal bears are playing tr first- ever friday night hoe game. they'll play the washin friday football could cause problems in berkeley today. the cam bears playing the first- ever friday night home game. the cal bears play the washington huskies at 6:00 on national tv. officials tell people to use public transit to get to the game. they have parking problems there anyway. so streets near the stadium will be closed, as well. giants fans can say good- bye to aubrey huff. the team chose not to pick up his $10 million option for next season saying they gave him a $2 million buy-out. not a bad payday. he will be remembered for his big year in 2010 and, of course, the rally song which can now be found on ebay if you are looking. play of the day. once again, we go to the nba with time running out, 3rd quarter, oklahoma city's eric maynor says, i'll just let it go! and he sinks it. beautiful shot. the fund they will short,
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though -- the thunder fell short, though, losing to the spurs 86-84. coming up, the latest unemployment report is out. how the campaigns are already spinning the numbers. >> plus, was it a hurricane or a superstorm sandy? the important distinction that could cause storm victims a lot of money. nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking.
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makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. tempers flare in the aftermath of superstorm sandy. >> i got no gas! two hours to get here from hoboken! >> new yorkers out of gas, food and patience. >> get in front of me! if it makes you happy! >> reporter: here in new jersey, police began allowing people who live along the coast back into their homes for the first time. >> with four days to go, the presidential candidates make their final swing. >> let's put americans back to work doing the work that needs to be done.
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>> there is no question, in my view, that we really can't have four more years like the last four years. >> on wall street, investors are waiting to hear the government's monthly jobs report out this morning. >> shocking. >> hot lingerie, $11,000 worth of bras swiped from a bay area victoria's secret. >> turns out these guys were good. they made it completely through undetected. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." 2 'm frank mallicoat. and i'm michelle griego. t >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's friday, finally here, november 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. the new york stock exchange is opening for the final session of a short week. the market will react to the new jobs report today for last
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month. the u.s. economy added 171,000 jobs in october showing the job market is gradually gaining momentum but unemployment increased up to 7.9% up from september's 7.8% because the workforce grew. and mitt romney just came out saying the october jobs report is a sad reminder the economy is at a virtual standstill. we are still waiting to hear the president's comments on it. and cbsmoneywatch reporter jason brooks will have much more on the market reaction to the jobs report in 15 minutes. 6:30 now. an angry bicyclist assaults a muni station agent and it's all caught on camera. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec in san francisco with that newly released surveillance video. >> good morning. police hope this is going to catch that suspect. that mind agent was badly injured. he is out of the hospital but he is still not back at work here at the muni station behind me on van ness and market. here is that surveillance video that police have just released hoping it will help catch the suspect in this case.
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this is taken at the station on october 10 at 7:40 p.m. it started when the agent told the suspect bikes weren't allowed on muni. police say he jumped a railing with his bike anyway and started walking toward the platform. the agent followed and the suspect started punching and kicking him. the 55-year-old agent was badly hurt. he was taken to the hospital. meantime, the bicyclist ran out of the station and got away. that bicyclist is described as a caucasian man between 25 and 30 years old about 6 feet tall with brown hair. now, police know there were a lot of witnesses on the platform. it was just before 8 p.m. on a busy even so they are hoping those witnesses will come forward as would anybody who might recognize that man in the picture you just saw. live in san francisco, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> thank you. new this morning there's a $15,000 reward for any information to solve an east oakland murder. a memorial now growing outside the cell phone store where the owner was robbed and gunned
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down halloween night as he was closing down his store. 50-year-old wilbur bartley was described as an oakland raider fan and reliable cell phone salesman who often times made special arrangements for financially struggling customers to pay their bills. >> he was always giving the kids raider tickets, kids would come in if they were hungry he would give them money to feed them. >> personally saddened by this very senseless act of violence and i pledge to this family and this community that we'll forge as many resources as we can to finding the killer. >> police say a number of shots were fired when bartley was killed. the search is on for a couple of serial mail thieves in fairfield. one victim set up a surveillance camera and caught the couple on camera. the video shows a silver nissan altima pulling up in broad daylight. a woman gets out as you will see in just a second, grabs the mail and then another victim says she had a mortgage check
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stolen which was copied and turned into fake payments. deputies say two men may be behind a 7-eleven heist out of half moon bay. the take, more than $7,500. surveillance video caught them entering the store on monday. according to the deputies, one man asked the clerk about lottery tickets. the other suspect went into an office and grabbed a bag of cash. store workers didn't realize they had been robbed until a few hours later. $7,500 is a lot of money. it's the second annual bay area science festival and our mad scientist is taking part. you were building a plane earlier. >> reporter: i am building a plane. we'll see if it flies in a few minutes. good question if it will fly. but had it's neat down here at the tech museum of innovation. if you haven't been here it's a great place for the family. it's a neat place where you can do a lot of hands on experimenting to see how some of the scientists have innovated some of the neat things that we find in everyday devices. some of the neat things they are working on now they are
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trying it figure out how to mine asteroids something that was just science fiction is becoming reality. there is talk of that happening in the not too distant future. we are giving kids a chance to figure it out. you have all kinds of other experiments all kinds of fun stuff you can see so come down here if you can and i this the weather is going to work out great. in fact we're done with the rain for now. high pressure taking over. watch out for fog in the valleys as we see thick fog in the north and east bay valleys. i think throughout the day we'll see a few passing clouds and mix of sun and clouds and i think the temperatures will stay mild today. let's plan on highs in the 60s and 70s. good news if you have plans for the weekend maybe to come down here it looks like it will be a spectacular weekend no rain a threat at all so we can put away the give def for a couple of days but looks like lots of sunshine and some very warm temperatures. we are going to see if that plane is going to fly coming up
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in a few minutes. i have been working very hard. let's see what happens. >> stay tuned. the suspense is building. thank you, lawrence. let's go out live at the bay bridge toll plaza. we have delays in the cash and fastrak lanes. no accidents across the bay area blocking lanes so a good commute so far heading into san francisco. if you are going to work or school here's a live look heading into san francisco. 280 traffic right there by the mariposa exit. by the way 101 pretty nice ride into san francisco. and heading out of downtown as well all the way down towards sfo. we have an early-morning flight to catch the live look at the silicon valley commute westbound 237 in the next 10 minutes as we see brake lights it is friday so often conditions are a little better than the other days of the week. here's a live look now at the nimitz. this is 880 in oakland. and that drive time let's see,
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16 minutes often northbound lanes. back to you guys. >> thank you. the number of deaths blamed on superstorm sandy is up to at least 92. you are seeing live pictures of the utter devastation on staten island. the bodies of two young children were found on staten island just three days after floodwaters actually swept those kids from their mother's arms. long gas lines are frustrating drives in new york where one man was actually arrested for pulling a gun just to cut in line. and the lack of electricity a big, big problem for people doing without elevators and heat in some of the high-rise buildings. >> coming up is really a hardship for us that's why we stayed up who. >> cold and dark. >> the power could be back on in lower manhattan by tomorrow. by the weekend. the governor of new york and new jersey say homeowners will get a break on their insurance deductibles because sandy was
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not classified as a hurricane when it hit. not much damage on the route for the new york marathon though. so mayor michael bloomberg has decided to go ahead with the race on sunday. there's a lot of criticism about that decision. it goes through all five boroughs. but the mayor says the race will be a big financial boost for the city and show's new york's resilience. we shall see. so we're asking this morning, should the new york city marathon go on as planned? you can comment on facebook or twitter, or email us at her to end t th penalty in california. hows one big issue on the ballot, whether to end the death penalty in california. a new field poll shows proposition 34 is gaining support. 45% of california voters support the measure that would make life in prison without parole the most severe punishment for state offenders. 38% oppose the measure and a relatively large number, 17%, remain undecided. the latest field poll on proposition 30 shows it could still go either way.
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48% of voters are in favor of governor brown's tax plan. 38% oppose with the rest undecided. prop 30 would increase the sales tax temporarily and raise income tax for those making more than a quarter million dollars a year. if prop 30 loses, it would trigger deep cuts to public education from elementary schools up to universities. up next, we have a good luck story. how a lottery winner nearly missed out on millions of dollars. >> plus, speaking of luck, the new name for this little giants fan. >> and the market opened about 10 minutes ago. let's take a quick look at the early numbers. on friday, a very difficult week in new york right now, the market is up. we'll crunch the numbers with kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks coming up. ,,
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this is new video of the key space center in floria... as nasa bids a *final goodbyeo the space shuttle atlantis then 10 miles this is new video of the kennedy space center in florida as nasa bids a final good-bye to the space shuttle atlantis. it's moving 10 miles to the visitors center taking about 12 hours. it's moving slowly. >> you saw that take off a couple of years ago. >> it was the best experience ever. cool. the world series champs ready to play ball next spring. this week san francisco was covered in confetti for the giants victory parade. cbs 5 reporter phil matier with one of the stars on that parade route, former mayor willie brown. [overlapping speakers] >> don't want to break up your conversation. >> i want to talk about the parade for a minute. hold that. [ laughter ] >> that was -- that photo was
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amazing. so were you. >> i have seen you in some coats. but mayor ed lee definitely took the coat of the day outfit of the day. where did he get that? >> probably from some hotel clerk. i asked him about that. he said i wouldn't wear this coat in formal settings. so what are you talking about? this is not a formal setting, mr. mayor. stick with your -- >> i think so. >> stick with your usher jacket. >> he should have kept it on. did you see how the players were dressed? brian wilson. >> rastafarian. >> so you get in the car and you start rolling down. right? >> yes. >> what was going on behind the scenes? what did we not see on
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television? >> you saw everything on television. this parade was different from every other parade that i've been in. in every other parade you always have somebody boo and all that kind of stuff. these were all baseball fans. they were all there to celebrate and there were more kids than i have seen in any parade ever. it was just incredible. of there was an exchange of candy. even the cops were giving out candy. it was a wonderful time. >> how about the celebration at city hall when everybody was there? what was going on behind the scenes there? >> well, inside of city hall, this was a catering operation put together by mccall's. i have not seen people consume so many small ruben sandwiches as people sticking them in their pockets including the players. it was impressive. >> mr. mayor, can't put together a cocktail party for six people. how does this all come about? it was flawless, the city of
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san francisco putting this together. >> you have some real geniuses who operate events out of the city hall. charlotte schultz has been doing this kind of thing for the last 40 or 50 years. every person who has ever been mayor of san francisco has used that talent. arnold schwarzenegger used that talent and jerry brown uses it. she starts it. she has this laundry list of people who worked for her for many years, matthew, stanley, martha cohen, there's just a whole host of them. then she has all the purveyors want to be part of the effort they make a major statement when they do it and it all happens. >> but the best part they have is the fans because get all these people getting in and getting out was magnificent. i really have to hand it to them of the no clogs no problems no nothing. >> people actually walked. you walked from -- some people walked from city hall down to the parade route start and then
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they walked back along the way. i have to tell you, san francisco -- >> i have a final question. we have to go. i have a final question. do you actually sit through the whole ceremony? [ laughter ] >> for all that ra-ra? you didn't, did you? you got up and left as soon as there was a break. [ pause ] >> he's not answering. there you go. >> probably a good idea. [ laughter ] >> thanks so much. >> phil matier, mayor brown, you guys have a good weekend. thank you so much. >> there was nothing better than the silence. [ laughter ] >> we want to know when you left. we'll get that off camera a newborn monkey that arrived during the giants post- season run has now been named after a player. >> yeah. the san francisco zoo has named the female monkey right there romo after giants closer sergio romo. the name was an overwhelming favorite and they say it fits with his playful personality.
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other popular choices were posey and scutaro but romo won the number one concern among voters is the economy. an hour ago we learned the job market is gaining momentum. we'll get the number and wall street's early reaction from jason brooks with kcbs and on a friday. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the october employment report coming in much better than expected. labor department reporting a gain of 171,000 jobs last month, that's about 45,000 more than what economists were expecting to see. the unemployment rate did go up higher from 7.8 to 7.9%. that was a reflection of more people resuming their search for work. on top of the gain last month labor department also revised higher august and september by a combined 84,000 jobs. over the past few month, we have seen a better began in jobs of around 173,000 compared to 67,000 in the spring. really need to see gains of 250,000 or more to really help chip away at the high ranks of unemployed in the economy.
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earnings reports this morning, chevron a big drop in profit in the last quarter down about 33% to $5.25 billion. revenue is down also. missed expectations by around $8 billion. the company had lower natural gas and oil production also higher maintenance costs including the big fire at its richmond refinery. >> linkedin proves it's one of the better social media companies turning a profit of over a couple of million dollars in the recent quarter after a loss the year earlier. markets have modest gains. we had a nice day yesterday so some of the gains baked in early. the dow up only by 5 points right now. nasdaq higher b a fraction as well as the s&p. earnings reports have been poor for the 3rd quarter fourth not looking better. back to you guys. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and new this morning, a couple of die-hard apple fans are lining up for the new ipad mini. this is in san francisco
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overnight. preorders for the 7.9" tablet sold out in 20 minutes last week. today only the wi-fi version of the mini is on sale. the cellar model hits shelves in time for the holiday shopping season. it's a chance to let out your inner science geek. lawrence is at the tech museum of innovation for the bay area science festival in san jose. >> the great lawrence airlines is going to fly today! we'll see. this is what it's all about. it's about innovation... [ signal breakup ] >> oh, no! >> it's about innovation! it's technology! >> we lost him. what a bummer. we'll check back in later. but for now let's go to elizabeth with a check on the roads. >> so much for technology, huh? >> so much for the "karnopolis" airline! let's go live toward the san mateo bridge.
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so far things look great across the break no major incidents in fact bay area. we are following an accident in the south bay. first, the bridges are problem- free. to the maps. otherwise i mentioned that accident, northbound 87 so it's the guadalupe parkway approaching the capitol expressway. we do have one lane blocked. it sounds like it was a spinout so again, police are on scene one lane is blocked. and we are seeing a little bit of slowing now so a few brake lights coming up the new york lanes heading towards 280. otherwise, here's a live look outside. silicon valley commute, nice and quiet in westbound 237. pretty busy through the altamont pass. unfortunately, this is just your usual commute. you know it if you drive this every day. almost a half hour now between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. and a quick note. we have a big cal game going on tonight. they play university of washington 6:00. they are expecting a lot of traffic tie-ups so take bart. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >> well, he is in the center of technology and it went poof. >> but now he's back. lawrence is back. frank and i have some money riding on whether that plane is
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going to fly or not. >> i have heard it's going to fly. it's just a question of how far. so we are going to give it a shot right now. but yeah, this is what it's all about down here in san jose. the tech museum of innovation is trying things and seeing if they work. if they don't, make adjustments and try again. they are having a science festival. we are joined by jessica hendricks to tell us what's going on this weekend. what can we expect to see? >> we are going to be bringing our human powered launcher which we are about to use to discovery days at at&t park in san francisco tomorrow. so you can come and make your own airplane. >> reporter: you can walk on the field of the world champion san francisco giants and enjoy some science out there this weekend? >> very true. over 150 exhibitors anticipated attendance of 30,000 people. it's going to be amazing. >> reporter: 30,000 people. that's great. there are going to be a lot of neat experiments for people and kids to try some of the things like these airplanes to see if they work and fly. and there will be a lot of hands on things for people.
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>> very true. every sort of thing with stems, science technology, engineering, math. so things from all of those subject areas. >> all right. jessica, you know what? we are going to see if this is going to fly. >> whoa! somersault! haunt that, guys! that wasn't too bad. >> you know, didn't go as far as the other planes on the ground there. >> hey, it was about innovation, right? it's about trying things to see if they work and if they don'tful the weather is going to work out great this weekend if you want to get out there and enjoy it. lots of sunshine and temperatures going to be warming up. we have some patchy fog this morning so be very careful in the valleys, the visibility low. in the afternoon clouds lift. lots of sunshine in between the clouds and the temperatures going to be warming up in the 60s and 70s. high pressure going to build in very nicely this throughout
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the weekend. that ridge should send these temperatures soaring maybe into the 80s towards sunday with an offshore wind. and then looks like it is going to continue very nicely beautiful weather south bay looking good today. you will see 60s there. in the east bay some 60s and 70s. and it looks like inside the bay we'll keep those temperatures generally in the 60s. i think as we head toward the next couple of days no threat of rain. if you want to come down here and check out the science museum and fly some airplanes, maybe build your own design, it's a great time to get out here and do it. i don't know who won money. i hope were you betting on this thing flying. i bet nobody bet on the somersault. >> note to self, we will not be flying karnofsky airlines soon. >> frank owes me a dollar. thanks, lawrence. a woman in. >> almost missed her deadline it claim a fortune. almost, the important word. she bought a $23 million ticket in the california super lotto last may but put it in her car. she forgot about it. her daughter saw a surveillance photo of her when
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she bought the ticket on the news. texted her mom and said, mom! she has 25 days to get it in. she got it in. the winner plans to identify herself publicly today. i imagine her daughter is going to get a couple of bucks. >> oh, yeah. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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police in san francisco are looking for a man who attaca muni station agent. surveillance video from then ness station on october 10th 6:57. police in san francisco are looking for a man who attacked a muni station agent. surveillance video from the van ness station on october 10 shows a man carrying a bicycle on the platform, which is not allowed. then he kicked the agent repeatedly. the injured agent hasn't been able to go back to work. two young children swept from their mother's arms on staten island monday have been found. as the death toll from superstorm sandy is now more than 90. there have been some hot
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tempers at gas stations with supplies short for people wanting to refuel their cars and generators. one final check of traffic and weather one last look at lawrence and his monster plane down at san jose. >> my wonderful flying machine here at the tech museum of innovation. it's going to be a great time to check this out if you want to. in the weather it's going to be great in weekend. in fact, today we'll see the weather shaping up and should be a dry day all day chilly out the door 40s and 50s. this afternoon 60s and 70s, high clouds. over the weekend temperatures heating up outside. let's check the traffic with elizabeth. >> thanks. here's a live look outside at the bay bridge. metering lights are on and it's backed up all the way to the macarthur maze on this friday morning. thank you so much. thanks for watching "eyewitness news this morning." remember, your next local update is at 7:25. >> have a great day and a great weekend. captions by: caption colorado ,,,,,,
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